D2.2 - Protocols for Stack and System Characterisation
The objective of this deliverable is to define characterisation and test protocols for the assessment of performance, efficiency and durability of a PEM water electrolyser (PEMWE) stack. It does not purport to address the performance or durability of the balance of plant required to operate the stack.
Balance of plants already available at the partners laboratories will be used for interfacing PEMWE stacks to RES.
The procedures and methods defined within are a set of protocols for the electrochemical characterization under the specific operating conditions applicable to interfacing with renewable power sources.
D2.1 - Protocols for Characterisation of Active Components
The objective of this deliverable is to define characterisation and test protocols for the assessment of performance, efficiency and durability of the newly developed PEM electrolyser components.
The procedures and methods defined within are a set of protocols for ex-situ and in-situ characterisation of active components such as membranes, catalysts, and electrode-membrane assemblies (MEAs).
Included are steadystate and accelerated durability tests as well as performance evaluation under specific operating conditions.
Baseline components against which progress is assessed, in terms of durability and performance cost, are identified.
D7.1- Electrohypem Project website & Project Shared Workspace
The ELECTROHYPEM project website is designed to fulfill project communication and dissemination needs in the direction of the whole scientific community and the public
through relevant information including:
project overall objectives, partner & work packages information
project activities: meetings, dissemination
project resources: links, related events
project contact & information request form
Project Shared Workspace (PSW)
To fulfill two fundamental internal project communication requirements:
efficient exchange between partners of information about ELECTROHYPEM project
decentralised and secured archiving of the documents generated
one independent and secured web-based communication tool: Project Shared Workplace - PSW has been implemented with a restricted access for project partners only.